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to ask, what is the risk of doing nothing? >> tonight, u.s. warships are in position. will the president give the order to strike? "nightly news" begins now. [ music playing ] . >> from nbc news world headquarters in new york. this is is nbc "nightly news" with brian williams. >> i'm lester holt in for brian williams. the signal couldn't be clearer. the united states will not let the use of chemical weapons go unpunished. the president has not made a final course of action, but the case for a u.s. military attack was spelled out in no uncertain terms by secretary of state john kerry. like a prosecutor, making an impassioned closing argument to a jury, kerry today made a point by point assessment of the evidence of syria and warning of the consequences should the world turn a blind eye. kerry offered new details of the chemical attacks and the assad government's involvement based on evidence he said was clear and compelling. he said any u.s. military response would be limited in its scope without american boots on the ground and he revealed that more than 1,400 people had been killed in t
life." that's why at barnes and noble all of us are keeping them in business in their seelelp section. come on, how many of you know we've all tried that? as long as we strong will our actions hard enough, then we will experience the same type of change in our life. but if you're anything like me, i'm just not strong-willed enough to maintain the change. and what we end up doing is feeling guty, we're feeling shame filled, most importantly, as the enemy would desire for every one of us we feel completely frustrated. we're completely fstrated. and we give up on those things and we just feel shamed about it more than anything else and that's because the world just says, "if you just change "your actions, you'll change your life." but what that is is just a surface change. it's just a b behavioral change. the bible sa that way is not enough. in fact, let me show you what it says about trying conform from the outse in. look what it ss in romans 12:2. you can turn in your bible there. see it on the screen? it says, "and do not be conformed to this world," -- everye say, "conforme" wwhat 's
times the newsstand price without using an ounce of ink." kindred tells that steve coll, 11 years later, they have a retreat on the eastern shore and he has a proposal for "the post" to put their arms around the internet and nothing happens. the line was in 2003 "washingtonpost.com still came off as your grandpa's newspaper taped to the computer screen." that has changed, colby. >> it has changed, but it took a long time to get there. i have, from my place in annapolis, i had an outbreak, nonelectric royal -- operate, nonelectric royal typewriter. that was the means by whh we communicated to the public good today -- public. today, we have this which allows us to speak to everyone around the globe, take interest instantaneously, and create newsprint that is filed within seconds. newspapers are not obsolete, but they have change the way in which they deliver information to people. tastes have changed. some people do not read comics anymore. your publication does not even produce comics. >> we have a pulitzer prize winning cartoonist. >> we get our comics from fox news and msnbc. >> i re
the car and called police. k-9 units were used to track and find her. us the man shes was going to marry is heartbroken. the family is coming from chicago to help him cope. [indiscernible] have nois point, police suspects. it could be days before they get autopsy results back. abc 7 news. >> and a disturbing recovery in southeast washington this morning. police pulled a man possibility from anacostia river -- a man's body from anacostia river. they have not released any details, including the possible cause of death. >> officials need your help finding a missing mother. andrea crew was last seen near a bank wednesday morning. concerned for her safety. they are asking anyone that has seen her to please call police. >> we want to take you outside. we will look at the traffic. it turned into a nice day on the roads. will you need a umbrella's for the evening plans? steve rudin is in the weather center with a look at the forecast. >> you might want to keep the umbrella handy for the day tomorrow. this is the live super doppler radar run the weather center. quiet and drive around that capital
♪ you make me so very happy >>> good evening and thanks for joining us here on a sunday night. we do begin with new details this evening after that dramatic end to a week-long manhunt through several states in the west. the search for a man who abducted a teenager after targeting her family, ending in the idaho wilderness. blackhawk haelicopters carrying the s.w.a.t. team. gathering some 2 1/2 hours from where they thought the suspect was, hiding with that young girl. armed and ready to quietly move in. and tonight, 16-year-old hannah anderson is free, reunited with her father. abc's ryan owens this evening on the moment authorities knew they had to act fast. >> hannah's coming home. >> reporter: hannah anderson is being reunited with her father tonight, in no small part thanks to these horse back riders. >> she did appear frightened. >> reporter: around noon wednesday, they spotted the 16-year-old and her accused kidnapper. family friends james dimaggio. thursday night, one of those riders, a retired sheriff's deputy, reported that sighting to authorities. >> and the amber alert
ahead of her. recently got engaged. police questioned her fiancÉ but right now they tell us they don't have a motive or suspects. she was planning to get married this coming march. it was her fiancÉ who found her car at the park and called police, canine units were able to track her scent. the family initially became suspicious when she didn't report to work last week. she was a nurse for med star at st. mary's hospital. it's a busy time at that park. police hoping someone saw something out of the ordinary. reporting live in the satellite center this morning, john gonzalez, abc7 news. >> ok, john, thank you. we know one man is dead after being hit by a car in prince george's county. this happened overnight in upper marlboro. the driver did stay on the scene and police say alcohol was not a factor. >> and we're following another developing story out of d.c. this morning. one woman is in the hospital after an apartment fire in southeast. >> brianne carter joins us now live from that scene. she's got the latest. brianne? >> well, scott, this fire taking place in an apartment complex he
is already in the suburbs. katie: 34,000, that is how many kids between 12-17 will start using heroin this year. over the last 10 years teen heroin use increased a whopping 80% from coast-to-coast. no one is immune. john bon jovi's daughter suffered a heroin overdose last year. >> i cannot get over people that said my son and daughter. people they love, admire, respect. it happens to all kinds of families all over. >> the new jersey rocker stood by governor chris christie as he signed the protection act protecting those helping overdose victims from being arrested. >> i hope governor chris christie's actions will cause others to stand up and pay attention and follow in his footsteps. katie: why are teens turning to such deadly drugs? from painkillers to cough syrups, some of the most common prescription medications fall into a class of drugs called opioids, and they act the same way on yourrain. 1 in 5 teens are abusing prescription painkillers. but they do not come cheap. a congress oxycontin can cost up to $80. so they found a che cer alternative in heroin which they can score for $
not to use her name or show her face. she was sobbing throughout the conversation. around 9:00 the man got into her ground floor apartment through this bedroom window. she woke up to him staring at her. >> asking a lot of questions, what do you need? what do you want? who are you? >> he groped her but something scared him off. he ran out her front door. the only way she shared her story with me is because she wants this guy caught. she says she will never be the same after what she experienced yesterday morning. meantime i did catch up with other neighbors and they say this is not the first suspicious instance in the past few weeks. we'll get into that and tell us what police are doing to track this guy down. >> the woman believed to have vandalized several washington landmarks has been admitted to a hospital psychiatric. she is wearing an ankle monitor at the scheduled preliminary hearing today, she told the judge she wasn't there because she's been admitted to a psychiatric facility. she is accused of splashing green paint on two chapels at the national cathedral and doing the same at th
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tomorrow. both are longtime activist and longtime members of union that just church that used to put on the annual festival there. >> hawkins is the fourth person to face charges in the 2010 campaign scandal. three people have pleaded guilty. eugenia recent was harris and thomas gore and who admitted, lying to investigators. >> alexis murphy should have been starting her senior year in high school. instead she is missing. nelson county police are searching for her. charged arrested and andy taylor in connection with her disappearance. her -- his home was searched for evidence and they're looking for his late-model gmc suburban. he needed to let us know something. happened happened. >> alexis was last seen on august 3 on her way to lynchburg. hunge in her town have pink ribbons in honor of the missing teen. >> the search for the woman police say stabbed another woman in front of her own young children. it happened on saturday during a fight inside a convenience store in northeast washington. jennifer donelan joins us with the story you will see only on seven. me,as you can see behind
all minor nonlife threatening injuries. >>> tonight it appears that the u.s. is only a few days away from a military response in syria. vice president joe biden said today there is no doubt that syrian president bashir al assad's government is responsible for the alleged use of chemical weapons last week. tonight four naval u.s. naval ships are in the mediterranean and ready to strike. nbc steve handelsman following the developments now from capitol hill. >> reporter: pentagon sources tell nbc news the first time the u.s. military could launch an attack is thursday. it's shaping up like libya in 2011 as a multination effort. president obama worked the phones lining up allies to help strike syria. britain sounds on board. >> it's about chemical weapons, the use is wrong. >> reporter: the french say they are ready. u.n. investigators have not finished their work in syria neighborhoods where hundreds of civilians died but president obama no longer questions if chemical weapons were used or by whom. >> it's not around the question whether or not the syrian regime was responsible it's aro
is growing. and from the pentagon, word that u.s. war ships are in place and ready to launch when the order is given. this fast moving chain of events all touched off by those horrific images of dead and dying civilians that shocked the world. nbc's andrea mitchell begins our coverage tonight from washington. andrea, good evening. >> good evening, lester. administration's goal is to , punish him and stop him from ordering another chemical att k attack. hoping to prevent more deaths from devastating weapons, not seen in decades. and lester, fair warning, these latest pictures are very hard to watch. this is a different kind of war. a war that kills babies silently, suddenly, bathing them not in blood, but in the tears of a doctor. ghastly images of last week's attack. most too horrifying to show on television. emerging only today. this infant apparently barely a month old. and a new horror near aleppo, the opposition claims napalm dropped on civilians monday killing at least ten, wounding dozens. a report that has not been independently verified. in texas today, speaking to veterans, the vi
of people in there. any buddy who spoke with us asked their identities in fear ofd retaliation. one woman said police told her to begin with a fight inside that got worse. >> this area is real quiet trade nothing bad ever happens here. >> until now. a killing in a quiet neighborhood with many questions -- many questions. >> this is our home. we think we are safe and we are not safe area >> police are telling us that only the shooter and victim were inside the house and neighbors tell us some of the ones we spoke with, say no one heard any sound of gunshots at all in the area. normally, they say there's a lot of activity in that house. we asked about drug activity and they say they haven't seen any. there are many unanswered questions about this homicide tonight. say speeding is to blame for an overnight crash in annapolis. two cars were speeding when the roadway curved grade each car ran off the road and slammed into a tree. one driver was critically hurt and flown to shock trauma for treatment. one passenger suffered minor injuries. the driver of the second car was treated and released f
-half of the legislating body from which no spending occurs unless we agree, that is a position that allows us to force others to adhere to the constitution. we don't have to wait for the supreme court. we can force that. and we can say you're going to abide by the constitution whether the supreme court gets it wrong or right. we have the ability to force respect for the law. and some of us think that we ought to force them to do that. >> do you think you have the votes to defund obamacare? >> not right now. we'll see after august after people go home. as far as obamacare, though, when the president himself says it's not ready, so i'm giving this break to all big business. what about the poor guy making $14,000? he's going to pay extra income tax if he cannot afford to pay the several thousand dollars for an obamacare policy. who's caring about him? a lot of us do, but not this president because he didn't let the individual mandate have a year off. that only goes to big business. that's not fair. >> well, i would say, first of all, it's the law of the land. the congress passed it, the president signed
their own but they have also attacked on the desire to hurt us. embassies, some experts are worried it may portray america as week, saying there was a lot of chest thumping on jihadist websites. the state department says they were not taking any chances. fight against terror got a financial boost today from the kingdom of saudi arabia. king abdullah donated $100 million to the united nations center on counterterrorism. the secretary of state john kerry applauded the move, calling it an important step towards giving other countries the means to combat terrorism. >> two soldiers wounded in the deadly 2009 shooting spree at fort hood testified about the day they watched their comrades die. the emotional testimony came as the draw against admitting shooter major nadal hassan resumed. yesterday, his attorneys argued that the major, representing himself, was trying to give himself the death penalty. toudge denied their request take over or leave the case, saying that hassan has the right to represent himself even if he is doing so poorly. hassan did not question either soldier who testified toda
she might be in danger. >> for us to be there at the precise time is one chance in a trillion. >> an incredible footnote. dimaggio was killed on august 10th, the same day his father committed suicide years ago. his dad, himself, had held a 16-year-old girl at gun point in her home before she managed to escape. >>> now to a developing story. a hotel not far from disney world began collapsing after a sink hole happened under the foundation. witnesses say they could hear a cracking sound. vacationers staying at the villa had to be evacuated. two other villas near the collapsing one had to be evacuated. >>> new this morning, eric holder, attorney general, is unveiling major plans for a change to the criminal justice system. he wants to change how some nonviolent drug abusers are prosecuted. it's meant to ease overcrowding in prisons, and correct unfairness in the system. >>> security forces in egypt have put off a crackdown of tens of thousands of protesters who supported morsi. pressure from the u.s. and human rights groups averted the crackdown for now. >>> drivers are finding i
the monument at lwo jet stream that, u.s. capitol. >> today would be a good day if you've got the day or afternoon off and take in some of the sights around our beautiful city, right, jacqui? >> absolutely and speaking of sights let's look at alexandria this morning, shall we? because that looks equally as beautiful, just in a different way. notice a little bit of the haze. we don't really have any fog in the d.c. metro area but you go just to our south and west and we're starting to deal with that a little bit. you can see there is some cloudiness. it's mostly high and thin level clouds unfortunately just enough to block out the perseid meteor shower last night. we have a dense fog advisory in effect until 8:00 this morning from warren through rappahannock into culpeper and orange counties. everybody to the south and west of there. and that visibility may drop down to below a quarter mile at times. use some caution. might be patchy into the metro but nothing significant. we've been seeing touches you have that around manassas. if you'll be traveling today you should be fine overall.
of people using prescription meds. tonight, who's desperate for a good night's sleep and why pills are not always the right answer. >>> and against the odds. beloved tv star valerie harper. tonight, meredith vieira is with her as doctors tell her something she didn't see coming. "nightly news" begins now. >> announcer: from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is "nbc nightly news" with brian williams. >>> good evening. i'm lester holt in for brian. the u.s. tonight appears to have just lost a key ally as it tries to build consensus for a punishing military attack on syria. there's late word from london that britain's parliament has tonight against supporting an attack. but even as efforts towards an international consensus unravel, the white house is still pressing its case here at home for a military strike. in a conference call this evening, members of the president's national security team are briefing congressional leaders in what the white house believes is the syrian government's role in an attack. and the military response with or without international partners. we
>>> good friday morning. u.s. interests in pakistan are under threat this morning because of new terror fears. the state department is warning americans against travel there. >> they say there's a specific threat against the u.s. consulate in lahore, pakistan's second-largest city. abc's kristin fisher joining us on the latest details from overnight. >> reporter: diana, john, the key word is specific. this is a specific threat against the u.s. consulate in lahore, which is why only a handful of emergency personnel have been allowed to stay. all americans are now being urged to stay out of pakistan. this, as most u.s. diplomats in lahore were ordered out to islamabad. the state department says the evacuation is due to concerns about credible threat information specific to the u.s. consulate in lahore. according to a senior state department official, the threat is different from the one that forced the closure of 19 other diplomatic posts earlier this week. >> it's proven to protect lives. and it's certainly important to keep the terrorists from being able to carry out a truly deva
on some of the roadways as that heavy rain comes down. but the weekend, which, of course, is upon us -- happy friday, by the way -- are looking better. we can't rule out showers altogether this weekend but the majority of it is looking better. we'll have that in your end in in a few minutes. right now from the belfort furniture weather center, we need to go to wtop, amanda is out today and bob bob is in the wtop traffic center. >> 295 moving well into town, no issues coming in on pennsylvania avenue or on route 50. we're steady headed through annapolis and bowie, coming in on route 50, right now 97 a good go on the north and southbound direction, checking in without any major incidents. looking good through southern maryland, through brandywine or clinton, and folks traveling in virginia no accidents affecting i-95, should be a smooth roll from fredericksburg through quantico headed up the northbound direction. i'm rob woodfork live from the wtop traffic center, let's go back to jummy and scott. >> thank you, rob. the president is expected to address a new terror threat at today's ne
>>> now at 6:00, the u.s. on a brink of a military strike against syria. >> i have not made a final decision. >> no one ends up being more worried than me. >> as the president deliberates 1v am0h00o7a's punished for killing innocent gñlpk gñlpk >> speaks out in condemnation and then nothing happens. >> an escalating situation in the world's eyes. good evening. i'm doreen gentzler. >> president obama is asking for support for military action. he's still weighing his reaction to the response of the use of chemical weapons. the white house has just released this photograph of the president latest. danielle? >> while president obama says he that hasn't made any official decisions on new details about the attack syria, an attack is danielle leigh and more like a question of latest. when, not if. president obama is considering a limited attack. >> a military action that would involve boots on the ground, that would involve a long-term campaign. >> reporter: obama is steadfast, something must be done. >> the world has an obligation to make sure that we maintain the norm against the use o
into these sorts -- search for the mother of two. thank you for joining us. we begin with breaking news and i do hope. relief in san diego. hannah anderson, the teenager at the center of a multistate amber alert, found alive. the man suspected of kidnapping her was shot. way tos father is on his be regarded with his daughter -- reunited with his daughter. a double murder suspect, and the girl he allegedly abducted. hannah anderson. , thering an arrest attempt bypect was shot and killed an fbi tactical agent. hannah was successfully rescued and appears to be in good shape. >> this was a homicide suspect. we had a 16-year-old girl we wanted to bring home safely. we wanted her home. that is exactly what happened. >> law enforcement officers penetrated the rugged terrain in the teenager after hikers spotted them. then he burned their house to the ground. dimaggio had an infatuation with hannah. her father wanted to have his daughter back. >> he is relieved we found his daughter alive. plans are being made to reunite him with his daughter. lets the reunion will happen days after the family tragedy. >
terror groups are a potential danger to u.s. citizens throughout that country. >> and president obama is likely to be questioned about the global terror threat at a pre-vacation news conference today at the white house. he already knows to expect questions about the growing strain on the relationship with russia. >> we had a lot of fish to fry, if you will, with the russians. >> one op one meeting with president vladimir putin during a trip to russia next month, we're going to have a lot more that coming up in a live report at 6:30. >> a woman is in custody after police say she abducted her own sons and then led them on an hours-long manhunt. the two boys are now back in protective custody this morning. our john gonzalez has more on this developing story. he is live outside of d.c. police headquarters in northwest washington. john? >> jummy, a possible child abuse case turned abduction. this morning we're told the two boys are safe and sound but still a lot of questions this morning. this was a seven-hour manhunt and it all started, of all places, at children's hospital here in the di
because u.s. officials believe the drone strikes in yemen this week actually got the plotters? >> george, officials say the plotters of this specific plan were not killed in strikes in yemen, but the dead are part of the network of terrorists trying to kill americans. intelligence officials believe the plan was to send a truck bomb into the u.s. embassy there. but a senior u.s. official, that because of the actions taken, the terrorists have likely moved the explosives out of the vehicle and are changing tactics. adding that we think that the imminent threat dissipated, but fear they have gone back to ground waiting for the next opportunity to strike. this immediate threat may have passed, but the threat of terrorism never passed. >> we heard from u.s. officials that tlebl that the nsa surveillance programs helped track this emerging threat. the president announced some reforms on friday in those programs. and had tough words for the nsa leaker edward snowden, said he was not a patriot. take a look. >> mr. snowden's been charged with three felonies. if he believes what he did was right,
. and welcome to a special edition of "the view," that's givi us a look at the world of psychic phenomena. please welcome guest co-host, psychic medium, and my friend, john edward! hey. [ cheers and applause ] >> hello. >> john, i have two questions for you. you call yourself a psychic medium, for people who don't know what that means, could you explain it. >> a psychic has the ability to connect with what's going on in your life, energy wise, talk about where you're at, maybe what's coming up for you. a medium has the ability to bridge this world and the spirit world. kind of like you have a doctor and surgeon, you have to be a doctor before you're a surgeon. >> so you talk to the dead. >> i listen to the dead. >> but you talk back. >> i do in my head. it's not like a dialogue, it's more like sign language, when somebody is an interpreter they are interpreting what they are experiencing. >> can anybody get this? i don't mean that, i mean can anybody learn or find a way to be psychic? is this within each of us? >> i think every single person has the ability to follow their intuition, thei
us song by the drum-- the can cega, the drum. wood comes from the tree. and cega is a covering to make a sound, and the covering comes from the wamakaskan, the animal nation. elk, deer, tatanka, buffalo, cow. various relatives, so we acknowledge them through our music, our song. - the lakota dance to call upon the buffalo. they dance to remember their ancestors and to bring peace to the land. today thdaese traditions continu through another generation. you look at young dancers. they're learning the lakota language. they're learning, through dance, different traditions and values. - the wakayajas are the children. when they dance, we say that they are blessing the earth. they're blessing the energy. they're blessing the circle when they dance, becaususe they're pure, they're sacred. so when they dance for us, they bless the ground. - some dances are for healing, good harvest, or rain. others tell of the hunt or battle victories. for bruce iron cloud and his family, holding on to these traditions is important. so is music important in your family or in your culture? - in our cul
with us on this tuesday morning. we will start with your weather, head over to jackie do talk about the forecast, you rah going to need that umbrella today, jackie. >> . >> all right, we will -- we are going to get back to jackie in just a second, they are having a little bit of a technical issue, let's get on over to amanda. >> 66 eastbound, with ehave a work zone that is still lingering this morning. now, we just got word that the two left lanes are closed. we can see on this live shot that they are staying in that far right lane, and it looks hay may have just picked up those cones there. that camera beaks up every once in a while. hopefully that will get cleared soon. our mapping system shows thaws will be eastbound. the right lane was closed but the traffic center, tells us that they do have that moved over to the shoulder now. so all lanes are open, just expect some slight slow downs there, as well as on the inner loop after rout 29. with some alternate c. mayoring lane closures there. 295 looks beautiful, headed into the 11th street bridge, as well as the douglas bridge, dela
of rain. we had the first wave come through this morning. now that's south of us. getting a couple moderate showers northern neck of virginia, parts of southern maryland. that's tibing to advance to the south and east. right now, the close-up view of the radar is showing right around the metro area, we have just a few light showers. now just to our south and east, those are going to be continuing to advance off to the southeast of us. right now, i'm watching this area of some moderate rain. there's even some thunder and lightning associated with that. it is way up into southern pennsylvania. that area of moderate rain is probably going to be into the metro area. and for the events on the mall, unfortunately, by around 2:00 to 3:00 in the afternoon, we'll begin to see that moving in. we'll take a look at that in detail. and we'll look at the rest of your week and weekend in a couple minutes, aaron. >> reporter: before the events started to get under way, there was a large crowd that gathered for a march. a march for jobs and justice here in d.c. news 4 tony tull's been covering that
police tell us that hannah was not physically injured, but she was taken to a hospital to get checked out. her father is heading from san diego to idaho, they are set to be reunited later this morning. dan, bianna. >> that will be a terrific reunion. clayton sandell covering the story every step of the way. thank you, clayton. >>> a lot of news overnight, we turn to mr. ron claiborne for a look at the headlines. >> as always. >>> in the news, benjamin netanyahu is recovering in the hospital this morning following surgery following a hernia surgery. the defense minister was in charge during the one hour he was unconscious. he is expected to be released later today. >>> more than a dozen u.s. embassies closed over terror concerns are set to reopen today in northern africa and the middle east. they were closed amid concerns of a possible al-qaeda attack. the u.s. embassy in yemen will remain closed. >>> and deadly violence in iraq, 69 people killed in car bombings in baghdad. targeting cafes and markets in the city. so far no one or no group has claimed responsibility. it comes as iraqis cel
into the act. the robertsons show us what it means to put family first, as long as it does not interfere with duck hunting season. so, please welcome the men of "duck dynasty,". have a seat. thank you for coming. so excited to have all of you here today. is it a bit of a culture shock for you guys to come to new york city? >> very much so. somehow katie, you seem dainty to be a duck girl. katie: come on, i am a duck girl, phil. come on. i know this is not your first time to the city side. what is the weirdest thing about being in new york city? >> too much concrete. too much concrete and not enough trees. katie: really? >> yeah. katie: let's talk about your backgrounds. i am fascinated by this cultural phenomenon of "duck dynasty." it is a huge hit as we mentioned. phil, i know in the 1960's you were a quarterback at louisiana tech. you played along side terry bradshaw. >> actually ahead of bradshaw. katie: yeah? i don't know who say this is, but accding to some people you had a better arm than terry bradshaw. >> bradshaw went after the bucks and i went after the ducks. both of us turned
washington. sources tell us it is a very active seen that may involve an off-duty police officer. what do we know? >> we are a block away from where dozens and dozens of metropolitan police department officers are staging for what appears to be a very volatile situation. here is what we know. there was a shooting at 9 p.m. in this area at minnesota and eli play southeast. anse on the ground confirmed off-duty officer was involved in some kind of shooting. condition ofw the the person who was shot. a chase ensued and police say there is an active barricade a couple of blocks from where i am standing. we do have a sense that someone is hold up because -- holed up because police have courted off a mild to a half-mile radius. they are taking this very seriously as we have seen by walking around this area and tried to get to the spot. we have seen stage firefighters, pumper trucks, and multiple ambulances, swat team motorcycle s, and motorcycle officers. toy had to get back to work keep this area safe. >> thank you. we want to get to our other big story. a little boy talked back to hi
use those. we also have a shot from our cameras and that shows you the same scene is there, a little bit closer up. again, the two left lanes closed. the other thing you can see, if you can remove that super you can see the tow truck there, and that is getting that car up on to the flat bed, so that's going to be great news once they do get that cleared. question also have got an indent working on the g.w. parkway, heading over to our mapping system that will be g.w. parkway in both directions. they are getting that tree cleared, rout one at fort hud road. that is clearing though, so that should be out of here soon. not too bad if you are coming in 95. for now, i will send it back to you. >> okay, amanda thank you. 6:02, following the developing story in dallas. police there arrested a man for a shooting spree that ended with four people dead, four others injuries and children are among the victims. >> investigators say the man shot four people in his ex-girlfriend's home in dallas. she wasn't there. he then went about seven miles and tossed an explosive device into a house. after it
in this year-long mystery. >> plus, an update on the manhunt. oss? >> a puzzling mystery. police tell us it is definitely not a cold case. >> homicide detectives going door-to-door canvasing this neighborhood for clues. for a year now they have been pounding the pavement searching for amber stanley's killer. i would absolutely say yes, we are close. our homicide detectives are investigating each and every lead. >> 10:30 the night of august 22, 2012, a gunman ran upstairs and shot and killed the 17-year-old in her own bedroom. >> i try not to think about how she was murdered. i don't think about that. i think of everything before that, all the happy times. that's what helps keep me sane. >> so far investigators do not ave a suspect. some in the neighborhood are still on edge. >> police are trying to put neighbors at ease. >> this was an isolated incident. i would say this community is safe and they shouldn't worry. >> having detectives out in the neighborhood is comforting to her mother. her honor student with so much promise is dead, and she says the killer must be caught. motive, police
. this as most u.s. diplomats were ordered out of lenore to islamabad. according to a senior state department official the threat is different from the one that forced the closure of 19 other diplomatic posts earlier this week. >> it's prudent to protect lives and it's certainly important to keep the terrorists from being able to carry out a devastating attack. >> 16 air strikes in yemen, u.s. officials believe this plot is still active and reaches up to the highest level of al qaeda and those leaders are likely getting help from the nearly 2,000 prisoners who peanutly escaped from iraq, libya and pakistan. >> it's possible they could be suicide bombers, it's possible they could become combatants, some may have capabilities in terms of bomb-making which is always of concern. >> with so many embassies and consulates are closed experts are worried they'll set their sights on a soft target like a hotel. president obama will address a preference today, his last day before going on vacation to martha's vineyard. >> two young boys in protective custody after police say their mother abducted them. t
protective custody has been found. officers found this woman in rock vil hours after police tell us she took her sons from children's hospital. robert joins us live from children's where this entire story began. >> a seven hour manhunt for a mother accused of abduction has come to a successful end. police sources are confirming to abc7 news the mother and her two young boys have been found in rock vil. they are safe and are currently in police custody. let me give you an idea of what has been happening here. they have been on the hunt for this 27-year-old. this is her in surveillance video. police say she kidnapped her five-year-old son and his ten-year-old brother from children's medical center. sources are telling abc7 both boys were brought to the hospital after bruising was discovered on one of the boys. those sources go on to say both boys were in the custody of a social worker. it is unclear if she took them directly from the social worker or from a treatment area inside the hospital. it's also unclear how she made it out of the hospital with both boys. s 7 has made several -- abc7 has
she will admit. ever one was have $500. >> this time you're hoping it is $425 million? >> count on us to bring you the winning numbers and we will have those numbers online. >> the problem and plans to build a new stadium to build a .ew stadium fo make money. to they decided to sell the air up there. how does it work? i will explain. >> how pope francis may be responsible for a big jump in car sales. >> showers getting closer >> a decades old southwest washington business is near shutting down in the name of rye grass. the city is eyeing the land as a home for a new stadium for d.c. united. about the plan the same day the rest of us did. >> the city has not approached the business directly. because the business owns 10% of the land they can use eminent domain to take the land. the deal does not involve land, just air. it is officially for sale. officials have figured out. they are selling the air rights to developers. >> it is kind of crazy. >> they say the space could we bought or leased so apartments or condos can be built. >> money made from the sales would go to state and local ju
soul and why are you disturbed within me? so here is a man that s given us so many wonderful, wonderful events in his own life through the work of the holy spirit. we see him brave, courageous, bobold and y he has the same issue many people have today. that is he went through thee times of discouragemenent. well the passage of scripture i'll give you good example of one of the times of discouragement in his life. let me give you a little background. king saul had been chasing him for years trying to kill him. finally he and his six hdred men went over to the philistines and said, we want to be on your side. anso they would fight for the philistines. the king they became good friends.s. he couldn't say anything finer about david than he said about him. here's what he said. he said, as the lord gives, you've been up right in your going out and coming in with mee the army.y. or pleasing in my sight. for i have not found evil in you from the day of your coming into me to this day. nevertheless, you're not pleasing in the sight of the lord. the lord's were the commanders of the philistine ar
whispers dirty things on my ear when the cameras are not on us. you were the one who told me, i didn't know how to speak up, you said, don't worry about what people say, as soon as you open your mouth, you lose half your audience every day. she gave me rules. >> we have a clip. from that very first day which i remember so well. >> the hair? >> we'll show it to you. i want you to meet my counterpart. we're extremely similar. [ laughter ] my pal, joy behar. joy, tell even about you. >> my name is joy behar. my real name is josephineoccuitto. i'm divorced. hard to believe. >> you'll learn much more about her in the years to come. >> oh, my gosh! >> your beautiful daughter is here, and will not let us introduce her. >> my beautiful dahter is in the green room. my beautiful husband. they are camera shy. >> neither one of them would let us show them. but they're here. >> how much better i look now. >> you look great. >> i look younger now. here's the thing. you need eye shadow over here. thicker eyebrows and a better hair do. that's it. >> the main thing. >> lots of light. >> i thought i looked b
for joining us here on a saturday night. and we do begin with those dramatic moments. flood watches across 16 states and the frightening and deadly scene that played out in colorado. you can see the water rushing down the mountainside. with incredible force. trapping drivers in an instant, including that man, right there in the car, tonight we hear from him, his survival story, and what he endured. meantime the images nearby, cars washed up on the road. headlights still on. the force of the flood waters so great, pieces of cars strewn everywhere. why that scene in colorado was particularly deadly. here's abc meteorologist ginger zee. >> reporter: clinging to life. as torrents of flash flood waters came stampeding down this colorado highway, this 70-year-old man tries to make a break for it. tonight, we know that he's alive and feeling very lucky. >> lots of mud and water just came right at me. >> reporter: that nightmare claiming at least one life, a man found buried in debris. his car not too far from him. this looks a beaten graveyard of muddy wrecks. businesses and homes annihilated. three
. it is in the sandy disaster zone. so, some real joy headed to a place that could use it. meanwhile, our linsey davis tracking the latest overnight from another winning location in the state of new jersey. that's where we find her. south brunswick, the place. linsey davis, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, josh. this is the super stop 'n shop. things opening up here. we were able to talk to one of the employees not too long ago inside. and he was telling us this isn't normally the place that has lottery frenzy. if you wanted to line up for a powerball ticket, there was no line at all. and while he has no idea who purchased that winning ticket, he's convinced someone just won $5, he's saying. but this guy is convinced, it's one of the regulars. >> we have 58. >> reporter: these six numbers -- >> the number 30. tonight's winning powerball number, 32. >> reporter: this morning have made three people exceptionally rich. overnight lottery officials say three tickets matched those winning digits. two of them at grocery stores at opposite ends of new jersey. the third, in minnesota. employees
home but is unsure edward could get a fair trial in the u.s. courts because he said politicians have poisoned the well of perspective jurors. >> where my son chooses to live the rest of his life is going to be his decision. what i would like at some point in time for him to be able to come back to the u.s. whether he will live the rest of his life here or not. face this. and i believe the truth will shine through. >> snowden and attorneys have secured visas to travel to russia to meet with edward snowden. they didn't say exactly when for security reasons. neither has spoken directly to edward snowden since he fled the u.s. >> it is back to business this morning morning for many of the two dozen u.s. embassies and consulates shuttered by tear railroad alert last week. mostly across the middle east. but the doors to the embassy remain locked in yemen where the threat originated. more from abc's mohamed lila in cairo. >> reporter: several embassies that were close a week ago, have reopened and the massive sprawling american embassy in cairo which sits heavily fortified in the heart of t
or incest. ken cuccinelli. he's focused on his own agenda. not us. >> you are watching abc 7 news at 11:00 -- on your side. embassiesr of u.s. and consulates closed because of a terrorist threat reopened. the u.s. close 19 embassies last week. the u.s. embassy in yemen will remain closed because of continuing concerns about potential attacks by al qaeda there. the u.s. consulate in lahore, pakistan will also remain closed. it was shut down due to a set -- a separate threat. the trains will be up and running in san francisco tomorrow. strike by thed a transit agency. he ordered workers not to strike for two months while and both sides try to work out a new contract. they walked up the job for days last month and threatened to strike again. california governor jerry brown requested the cooling off, and the judge agreed. a new controversy in the george zimmerman trial. a mural dedicated to trayvon martin in tallahassee. it depicts a person firing a gun at a person wearing a hoodie. the words "we are all trayvon martin" is written in several languages on the mural. is dedicated group to cre
and they are, we're told out of the world. >> linda bell joins us from bloomberg headquarters in new york with more. good morning. >> happy monday morning, jummy and scott. big deal done over the week, rom well collins agreed to acquire carlyle group's r rank, $1.4 billion, making it the biggest every space and defense deal done this year. it helps rockwell expand business outside the cockpit with the ground based navigational networks. speaking of deals, walt disney acquired lucas film for more than $4 billion, if you're a big star wars fan, the movie is going to play a bigger role at the themes parks. disney made hints over the weekend while highlighting attractions, expect to see star wars characters in the parks. disney is planning to create star wars land at mgm studios in florida. bad news here, it's not just the government tracking your every move now your favorite store you shop in may also be tracking you as well. i'll explain coming up in the next hour. live at bloomberg headquarters in new york, i'm linda bell reporting for abc7 news. back to you. >> ok, linda, we'll be looking
with that contract. [laughter] >> on basson of all the ravens, we want to thank the president for hosting us here. it is a great honor. i want you to know we have plans to be back next year. >> you're here for one reason. to celebrate your unity, and to ee something that most of your peers will never see. nd as far away as it is. right now it is at arm's length. meaning your ring is right in front of you. pick up the box. >> to the victors indeed go the spoils. you cannot replace that championship smile. you can't fake that. that is absolutely a thing of beauty. still to come on the show. we are going to talk with dean. there has been so much change in the off-season, most of it coming on the defensive side of the ball. we will talk with the ravens' defensive coordinator when show continues right after this. >> ravens kickoff is brought to m and t pty empty -- bank. by miller lite. a proud sponsor of the ravens. and by verizon. get nfl mobile only from verizon, the initial wireless provider of >> welcome back to ravens kickoff. a scary sight. the jolly roger, the front of it. it is something here
us as special guest co-host, please welcome "dancing with the stars" karina smirnoff! [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. thank you. >> owe so before the show, you told us that you have been engaged to be married once or twice. would you believe in giving the ring back. which i think is fantastic. why? >> when a guy gives you a ring it's a promise that you will be married forever. if it doesn't work out, it's not yours to keep. >> a gift is a gift. [ laughter ] >> spoken like a truman. yes. >> so you've been engaged a few times. but not married. >> well, i still believe in a fairy tale, i believe there's the right person for you. i learned a lot from those experiences, i think the first 12 or 18 months -- >> runaway bride. [ laughter ] >> the first 12 to 18 months, you market yourself, you want to be liked and loved. and it goes both ways. and after a while, you start to see the real thing. and that real thing sometimes is not what you thought it was going to be. >> karina, from hanging around you, karina can look at a man, then he goes, i want to marry you. like -- [ laughte
of a u.s. military strike. >>> taxi drivers refusing to take passengers to a certain d.c. neighborhood. tonight we'll find out what's behind it and how it could get easier to report. >>> and 50 years after a march that changed a nation. >> i have a dream today! thousands hon oor the legacy of dr. martin luther king jr. >>> a day of celebration and tonight a call to action. good evening. i'm doreen gentzler. >> i'm jim vance. 50 years after dr. martin luther king jr. told us his dream for america, we are reminded of how far we have come and how far we still have to go. just as 50 years ago today started with a march. thousands of people walking, some hand in hand, demanding jobs and justice. >> on the steps of the lincoln memorial where dr. king gave his most famous speech, we heard from congressman john lewis, the last surviving speaker from the 1963 event. members of the king family and former presidents bill clinton and jimmy carter also addressed the crowd. >> bells rang across this country at 3:00 this afternoon. 50 years after dr. king called upon america to let freedom ring. pres
. five of them are firefighters. >> we know you'll be keeping an eye on it for us. cecilia vega, in banning, california. >>> we're going to turn and switch gears to the newest powerball winners. 16 county workers in new jersey, showing up to work today. there is the garage, where they all punch the clocks. for how long? one does not know. even as we learn more, as well, about one of the minnesota winners, abc's linsey davis has it all. >> reporter: they're calling them ocean 16. the workers all from this vehicle maintenance garage in ocean city, new jersey, reportedly bought their winning ticket at this acme grocery store nearby. lottery officials haven't confirmed them this morning. but the group's boss says they told him the news after they showed up to work. a real-life version of abc's new show, "lucky 7," when a group of gas station workers win it big. >> how do you feel winning all that money? >> reporter: one person we do know won big is paul white. a 45-year-old electrical engineer from minnesota, who came forward thursday, as one of three winning ticketholders, in wedne
just his home, it's a compound with a main use, a guest house, and the perfect backdrop for his art. >> this was tommy chong's house. rae dawn chong grew up in this house. >> nick and ent jane kelland giving us a tour complete with fo massive fireplaces, lighted tennis court and lagoon pool. >> it has evolved into this very transcendental peaceful serene paradise. >> on line now, howie mandel playing deal or no deal with his cape cod inspired estate, how much at extratv.com. >> renee is with me now for today's "beauty by the numbers." >> when we heard of the inside out facial, we had to check it out. the favorite technique is part facial and part workout. charlize, scarjo, kate, cate, and hillary, they all have one thing in common. >> the best nonsurgical face- lift. >> nichola joss, an expert and brand ambassador for the sanctuary spa is shaping up these stars with the inside out facial. >> we address all of those muscles under the cheekbones and you have better contours on the face. >> some jaws, lifted cheeks and toned eyebrows, the no going under the knife method isn't pain-free
there have become used to the crime, corruption, and chaos. >> went to my hotel room and had a note on my bed from the state department sing this is a high- security area and you are in danger. from my experience, i was less concerned about terrorist attacks and my safety is much as i was worried about getting mugged. >> and celebrating the end of frustrationy voiced at pakistan's violence during such a holy month. .> it has a long way to go we need the values that we believe are islamic. >> even though the violence may be on the increase, people in pakistan are very divided over the american use of drone strikes. often told too they kill innocent people or cause collateral damage. live in the newsroom, greta kreuz, abc 7 news. >> we are on storm watch right now. there is bad weather in the area. >> what can we expect for the weekend? doug hill has a look. >> things are looking up for the weekend. first, 86 degrees outside of the belfort furniture weather center, storm south of town, severe thunderstorm warnings in effect until 6:15 from dumb freeze to indian head, into charles county. the no
because it makes us all worried and i have always felt safe around here. >> this is the flyer police are distributing this afternoon. her immediate family, mother and intoÉe and -- were brought the shares headquarters and got up reefing on the status of the case. the fiancÉ has been questioned and he is absolutely not considered a suspect area police say they need the public's health in solving this murder. in solving this murder. >> it has been nearly a year since a wrench george's county teen was murdered inside her catering home and her killer is still at large. police will be going door to door. hoping someone will have information that will help them solve her murder. last august, someone broke into her home and chased her to her bedroom, shot her, and left. >> and man wh agents arrested curtis malone. many people news to in this neighborhood. -- he was pretty well- known known in the washington, d.c. area. thetarted a group called d.c. a. it was a youth basketball league that would play in the facility behind us. the boys eight through 17 and some were very accomplished baske
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